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Rotating Shape Modeling with SPIDAR
Makoto Sato, Shun-ichi Numazaki, Yukihiro Hirata
and Hiroshi Kawarada
Precision and Intelligence Laboratory, Tokyo Institute of Technology, 4259 Nagatsuta-cho, Midori-ku Yokohama 227, Japan
Received:January 10, 1992Accepted:January 31, 1992Published:February 20, 1992
To develop a human interface for shape modeling of 3-dimensional (3D) objects, it is necessary to construct a “virtual workspace” where we can directly manipulate object models as in real space. We have proposed Space Interface Device for Artificial Reality (SPIDAR) for a virtual workspace. Using SPIDAR, we can operate in a virtual workspace with visual and force sensation. We have developed a rotating shape modeling system that simulates a turntable similar to that used for modeling clay. For real-time operation, we have considered object volume and have proposed an algorithm of high-speed and natural deformation model under the condition of constant volume.
Cite this article as:M. Sato, S. Numazaki, Y. Hirata, and H. Kawarada, “Rotating Shape Modeling with SPIDAR,” J. Robot. Mechatron., Vol.4 No.1, pp. 31-38, 1992.Data files: